GiantMouse Announces the ACE Biblio XL

East Lansing, Michigan, January 11, 2024 – GiantMouse is excited to unveil the newest (and possibly most requested) model of our ACE line, the Biblio XL. Available in Green Canvas Micarta or textured Titanium, this new model takes the beloved design of its little brother (the Biblio) and transforms it into a true powerhouse crafted to tackle any task with precision and ultimate durability.

The Biblio was the first model released in our ACE line of folders, and has become an iconic design in our catalog. The lines of the Biblio represent a classic “GiantMouse,” and it has become a go-to EDC folder among knife enthusiasts around the world. The Biblio finds its roots in a transformative evening at the Biblio bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Inspired by the literary ambiance, our founders (Jim, Jens, and Jesper) immersed themselves in discussions that evolved from casual talks to the commitment of creating a line of knives blending Danish Design and American Spirit. Yes, you read that correctly – the Biblio bar is where the entire GiantMouse brand began.

This larger and refined Biblio XL design pays homage to the creative energy and collaborative spirit ignited during that memorable night in Brooklyn.Both new versions employ Brass backspacers rather than the standoffs found on the original Biblio. The Green Canvas version sports a stonewashed Elmax steel blade and the Titanium version features a satin Vanadis steel blade. The durability and corrosion resistance of both Elmax and Vanadis steel ensure your Biblio XL consistently delivers

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GiantMouse is the brainchild of Danish designers / knifemakers Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes (Vox), along with American entrepreneur Jim Wirth. GiantMouse provides innovative knife designs, with the highest possible production quality, at a fair price, while remaining closely involved with its community of customers.
We stand behind every knife, only producing knives that we enjoy carrying and using ourselves.
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